The University of Warwick’s, Dr Mirko Draca launches his latest research on institutional corruption at the Social Market Foundation.
Growing Businesses sets out the policy areas that are most important to address in order to fully exploit the potential of UK businesses. By providing an in-depth analysis of eight areas of public policy, along with detailed comparisons with our competitors internationally, it shows where the UK performs well and where there is room for improvement.
Join us for the next in the ESRC sponsored Chalk + Talk series with Eric Kaufmann author of a recently-released report ‘The White British Response to Ethnic Change: UKIP, White Flight or Integration?
Please join us for the launch of a new Social Market Foundation publication 'Good Culture in Financial Services: Does the Model Matter?', kindly supported by LV=.
SMF researcher Ben Richards summarises the latest of our ESRC sponsored Chalk + Talk series where Professor Bridget Anderson, University of Oxford, presented her work asking: who is the ‘migrant’, and why should ‘we’ be worried?
Dr Mirko Draca reflects on the findings of a new SMF policy briefing published last week in partnership with the CAGE research centre at the University of Warwick.
That’s the question raised by the news today that Government is looking at a tax free ISA for peer to peer lending.
Why should we worry about the £100 billion a year deficit? The Conservatives aren’t, they’ve announced tax cuts, and Ed Milliband couldn’t even remember to put it in his speech. But there is one reason to worry, and that’s the currency.
Tax revenues flowing into the Treasury would make a big difference to the amount of spending cuts needed argues Chief Economist Nida Broughton ahead of Chancellor George Osborne’s speech to the Conservative Party conference.